EUscreen portal Silver Award in the 2nd Annual Lovie Awards

The European project EUscreen, Exploring Europe’s television heritage in changing contexts wins a Silver Award in the 2nd Annual Lovie Awards, category Television. The winning portal was designed by Noterik http://www.noterik.nl/ and Arki research group http://mlab.uiah.fi/research/research_groups/arki/ in Media Lab, ARTS, Aalto University. EUscreen is a three-year project, started in October 2009. The consortium is comprised of 28 partners and 9 associate partners from 20 EU member states (plus Switzerland and Norway). EUscreen was chosen by the expert members of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS) from nearly 1,000 entries  from over 20 countries in Europe. This year’s Lovie Awards is the biggest yet and continues to be the leading European award honoring excellence on the Internet. With entries from over 20 European countries, the 2012 Lovie Winners truly represent the best of the EU Web as selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, the same judging body for The Webby Awards. Until November 1st, the online public, can cast ballots for their favorite EU Websites, Internet Video, Online Advertising and Apps in the People’s Lovie Awards. The People’s Lovie Awards is a chance for the online public to vote for their favourite work, and it is now open at www.peopleslovie.eu. EUscreen project blog http://blog.euscreen.eu/ About page http://blog.euscreen.eu/?page_id=2